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Vietnam Becomes Cuba’s Second Most Important Asian Partner — BlackSeaGrain


Vietnam Becomes Cuba’s Second Most Important Asian Partner — BlackSeaGrain: Vietnamese firms and banks signed six agreements with Cuba in Havana as a result of the 1st Bilateral Business Forum, before Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang, Cuban Vice-President Ricardo Cabrisas and officials from both governments.

Around fifty businesspeople accompanied the Vietnamese leader on his visit to Cuba, scheduled to end today. They met with their counterparts on the island for the 55th anniversary of relations between the two countries.

President Truing Tan Sang addressed forum participants and acknowledged that the reform of Cuba’s economic model (begun in 2009) has created favorable conditions for foreign investors, such that more Vietnamese entrepreneurs are sure to become interested in investing in Cuba.

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